Watson's magazine [serial]
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- Thomson, Ga. : Jeffersonian Pub. Co.
- Watson-Brown Foundation, Thomson, Georgia
Editor: - , T. E. Watson
- 2009-05-04 19:16:22
- Watson, Thomas E. (Thomas Edward), 1856-1922, ed
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Subject: Tom Watson Solved the Murder of Mary Phagan and Proved the Guilt of Leo Frank
US Senator from Georgia, Tom Watson, eloquently solves the sex-murder of Mary Phagan in five of his Watson's Magazine issues:
1. January, 1915
2. March, 1915
3. August, 1915
4. September, 1915
5. October, 1915
Check these five issues out HERE on the Internet Archive, read them and also listen to the audio book versions of them created by several archivists and creators here. They are not to be missed, they are the delicious forbidden fruit that you must taste, because spineless cowards hide behind words like hate, anti-Semite, KKK and anti-Semitism, in a failed effort to scare you away from reading them.
In the 21st Century: Truth is the New Hate Speech.
Find out by reading why people are using pejoratives to try to shame you away from reading these five important monthly magazine issues from 1915, with 2015 audio book versions of them out there! Watson's writings are sumptuously venomous, sarcastic, and witty.
What really happened?
Leo Frank made a newfangled admission on Monday, August 18, 1913 and told the jury he must have "UNCONSCIOUSLY" been at the 2nd floor toilet (in the metal room where Phagan was murdered) during the five minutes that Monteen waited in his empty office for him, the jury must have felt the cold chills run up their spines, for the jury knew that Mary had not "unconsciously" gone to the toilet, at the same time Frank did!
Watson states (1915):
What Leo M. Frank, the doomed man, and his bewildered lawyers failed to see was this:
It was just as necessary for him (Leo Frank) to explain WHERE MARY WAS, while Monteen waited, as to explain HIS OWN DISAPPEARANCE, at that fatal time between 12:05 pm and 12:10 pm.
Frank's repeated statements entrapped himself beyond escape. He said, again and again, that Mary came next to Hattie Hall (who left at about noon), and he did not mention Monteen Stover (who was in Frank's office from 12:05 pm to 12:10 pm) coming at all. This proved to the jury that he did not know of Monteen's coming.
And he would have known it, had he been in his 2nd floor office, when he said he was. Now, as he had (in ignorance of Monteen's visit) placed both Mary and himself in his office — while Monteen waited — he had deliberately and repeatedly lied as to Mary's whereabouts, as well as his own. He might have "unconsciously" gone to the toilet. Very well; but where did Mary Phagan go people are asking?
Because Phagan's hair, and her blood, and the only possible explanation of the wounds— the swollen eye in front, and the scalp cut on the back of the head, ranging from down upward — were all back there at the metal department, where the toilet was.
Infatuated young degenerate! To escape Monteen's evidence, and to explain his absence from his office, he supposed himself to have gone, "unconsciously," to the only place in his house where there were damning pieces of evidence of the crime in the 2nd-floor metal room.
Dear Reader, please read Watson's Magazine (1915), January, March, August, September, and October about the Leo Frank Case, these issues are available on the Internet Archive. And if it's too much reading to do, just listen to the audio book version of them done by several people.
Subject: Watson was a KKK supporter and a bigot - read his writings
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